Spark Unlimited

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Spark Unlimited
Privately held company
Industry Video games
Founded March 2002
Defunct May, 2015
Key people
Craig Allen,
Avi Bachar,
John Butrovich
Products Call of Duty: Finest Hour
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty
Legendary
Number of employees
0
Website Spark Unlimited

Spark Unlimited, based in Sherman Oaks, California was a video game developer founded by former developers from the Medal of Honor PC and console franchise. They are most known for the Call of Duty: Finest Hour console game.

The studio finished working on the first-person shooter Legendary using the Unreal Engine 3 for Gamecock Media Group. The company is wholly owned by employees.

Company Profile[edit]

Spark Unlimited has a game average Metacritic score of 53 out of 100.[1] GameCentral called the company's most recent game, Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, a career worst and a good chance of being the worst game of 2014.[2]

They have officially laid off all of their staff and was closed down in May 2015.[3]

Games by Spark Unlimited[edit]

Game title Year released Platforms released Metacritic review average
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z 2014 PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
PC
43%[4]
Lost Planet 3 2013 PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
PC
58%[5]
Legendary 2008 PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
PC
47%[6]
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty 2008
PlayStation 3
Xbox 360
PC
42%[7]
Call of Duty: Finest Hour 2004 PlayStation 2
Xbox
GameCube
73%[8]

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